I took and passed Principles of Management, with a 52.
Last night I went to sleep thinking I wouldn’t take it because I had just made a 49 on my practice test (after fairly good scores all month) and I thought I had a sinus infection. My family prayed for me and I got a good night’s sleep… and decided to go on in today. It was much harder than I was expecting and almost 80% of the test was material I didn’t know would be there, but I passed and was able to move on!!!
That was actually my first Junior course. Praise the Lord for passing it!
And I met a very sweet young lady. She’s a homeschool graduate, oldest in a large family, and CP student. Even if I hadn’t passed it was worth going, just to make a new friend!
I am still studying for Principles of Management this week. I scored a 60 on my practice test today, which is awesome!!! (especially considering all the questions I was surprised at) As I said, it got moved to August 2 at 10:00. Which means I have 14 days to keep studying.
And 21 days until the Film Festival… which is a scary thought. But I digress.
What does it cost and How do you pay?
A CLEP exam costs $80.00. Back in the old days when I first started CLEPing, it only cost $77.00, but I don’t want to make anyone jealous. Anyway, it costs $80.00 for the CLEP + the proctor fee. My proctor fee is $20.00. I understand that in some places it is more, but that fee is set by the college.
You can pay with a check, money order, debit or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover or JCB). Cash is not accepted.
Note that if you pay with check, you don’t write one check with a lump payment for test and fee. You have to write two separate checks. One to CollegeBoard and one to the university.
I have paid for all of my CLEPs with check, and my proctor can’t get used to it. I seem to be an anomaly at Strayer University. 🙂